CADRE members are able to access a variety of valuable educational materials and other resources. The toolbar at the right offers access to standard CADRE resources such as the CADRE newsletter, CADRE's Reprint Lecture Kit Series, CADRE's Core Slide Kit of diabetes slides, and the new CADRE diabetes slide kit on Self-monitoring of Blood Glucose (SMBG). CADRE encourages you to make use of these diabetes slides in your own presentations and we thank you in advance for crediting CADRE for the development of these slides.
Other unique educational materials developed by CADRE are described below.
The CADRE Handbook of Diabetes Management
The CADRE Handbook of Diabetes Management is an integral part of any health care practitioner's library. In this book, leading experts in diabetes provide cutting-edge information on all aspects of diabetes and diabetes management, with a focus on both tight control and early treatment. Practical, concise, and easy to use, this essential pocket reference will help primary care physicians, endocrinologists, diabetes educators, and other health care professionals improve the care of their patients with diabetes.
Click here to download PDFs of the CADRE Handbook.
if you are interested in obtaining a paper copy of the CADRE Handbook of Diabetes Management, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A check for $5.95 will be required to cover the cost of shipping.
Focus on the Bottom Line
Achieving and Sustaining Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetes
An Expert Guide
This Expert Guide is based on the content from CADRE's CME Web conference accredited by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
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Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics Article
Cefalu WT, LeRoith D, and The Council for the Advancement of Diabetes Research and Education (CADRE). Overcoming the barriers for achieving standards of diabetes care: the formation of CADRE. DT&T. 2003;5(3):385-392
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American Journal of Medicine Supplement
On October 28, 2002, The American Journal of Medicine published a CME supplement based on the proceedings from a satellite symposium entitled Will Using Exogenous Insulin Earlier in Diabetes Progression Prevent Vascular Disease?, which was held in conjunction with the American Diabetes Association’s 61st Scientific Sessions. After reading this supplement, the physician should be able to discuss the mechanisms underlying beta-cell dysfunction and insulin resistance; understand the physiology of insulin in relation to cardiovascular disorders; optimize glycemic control using a combination of fasting and postprandial glycemic targets; describe the rational for earlier use of insulin in diabetes treatment; and discuss new insulin formulations and evolving therapeutic strategies.
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